Good morning(afternoon/evening)．Could I have your mark sheets，please? Thank you．
(Hand over the mark sheets to the Assessor．)
My name is…and this is my colleague…
He/She is not going to ask you any questions，but he/she is just going to be listening to us．
So, your name is…and…? Thank you．
First of all we'd like to know something about you，so I'm going to ask you some questions about yourself．(Begin with Candidate A，then move on to Candidate B．)Now…(say the name of the candidate and ask the questions．)
Where are you from?
How long did you live there?
What's it like living there?
How does your hometown compare with…(place where the candidate is currently living)?
What about your family?
Could you tell us something about it?
Work/Study What do you do in…(the candidate's hometown)，do you work or study?
If the candidate has already started work：
What does your work involve?
Is your job something you have always wanted to do?
How long do you think you will stay in this job?
If the candidate is still at school，college or university：
What are your favorite subjects at school? What exactly are you studying?
What type of work are you hoping to do in the future?
What qualifications will you need to do that?
Now,…(say the names of Candidate A and Candidate B)，here is a list of factors to consider when you buy a house．(Hand out the list to the candidates and let them read it through．)
What are the most and least important factors you are considering when you are buying a house?
I'd like each of you to choose three from the list and tell each other why．
If you hold different opinions you may argue and you may also add your own ideas that are not listed here．
You just talk to each other and I won't join you．
You have 5 minutes．
All right．Would you begin?(The interlocutor may sit back and intervene only when necessary．)
Factors for Buying a House： ·cost ·location ·size ·community service ·structure ·quality ·social status ·environment
Now．in this part of the test I'm going to give each of you a list of three different topics．I'd like you to select one of the topics and give a short presentation of about 2 minutes．
When…(say the name of Candidate A)has finished talking，I'd like you，…(say the name of Candidate B)，to ask him/her one or two questions．You may make notes while you are preparing and take notes while the other person is talking．
All right? Here are your topics．
(Hand over the Topic Card，A&B，and some blank paper and a pencil to each candidate．)
Now you'll have 2 minutes to prepare．
(The candidates are given 2 minutes．)
All right．Now…(say the name of Candidate A)，would you begin by telling us which topic you have chosen and then give your presentation，please?
(Listen to the presentation of Candidate A．)
Thank you．Now…(say the name of Candidate B)，would you like to ask…(say the name of Candidate A)some questions?(Allow a maximum of 2 questions by Candidate B，followed by one more question by the interlocutor．)
Now…(say the name of Candidate B)，would you begin by telling us which topic you have chosen and then give your presentation，please?
(Listen to the presentation of Candidate B．)
Thank you．Now…(say the name of Candidate A)，would you like to ask…(say the name of Candidate B)some questions?(Allow a maximum of 2 questions by Candidate A，followed by one more question by the interlocutor．)
CLOSURE (The interlocutor winds up the oral test by referring to the topics of both candidates．)